HuffPost Canada Shuts Down
As of March 9, HuffPost Canada will no longer be publishing content. It was announced on the main page of the huffingtonpost.ca today.
The company says existing content will be maintained as an online archive; however, certain site features were permanently disabled as of March 12.
Following Buzzfeed's acquisition of HuffPost, it was announced that HuffPost Canada would stop publishing content and cease operations the following week as part of a broader restructuring plan for the company.
HuffPost.com will continue. In the United States, cuts will affect 47 employees.
On May 26, 2011, HuffPost Canada, the first international edition, was launched.